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02 January 2014

The 2013 My Theatre Award Nominees: Toronto

By // Theatre (Toronto)

13-My TheatreFor the first time ever, we’ve divided our annual My Theatre Awards into three parts. Each division (Boston, New York, and Toronto) now has their own set of nominations and their own set of winners. In the case of Boston and Toronto, they also have their own Awards Ceremony to celebrate the awesomeness that was the 2013 year in theatre.

So, some business before we get to this year’s Toronto nominees:

Who Qualifies?
Any production one of our Toronto writers saw between January 1st and December 31st was considered for nomination, unless it was a remount of something we’d already seen (ie: Soulpepper’s Parfumerie).

Who Picks the Winners?
We do. You do. Everyone does. A combination of staff picks and popular vote determines the winners so be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section, on Facebook and Twitter. If you’re really oldschool, you can email us.

When’s the Party? Am I Invited?
The first ever My Theatre Awards Ceremony & Party will be held at Hugh’s Room on April 7, 2014. Nominees both past and present, nominated companies and other theatre artists are invited to contact us about a spot on the guest list by emailing kelly@myentertainmentworld.ca

All nominees are invited to participate in our annual Nominee Interview Series. Please email kelly@myentertainmentworld.ca to sign up. 

Okay, here they are:

Best New Work
This is War by Hannah Moscovitch (Tarragon Theatre)
A Craigslist Cantata by Veda Hille & Bill Richardson (Acting Up Stage Company)
Donors by Brandon Crone (Safeword)
Stealing Sam by Steven Gallagher (Next Step Productions)
Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains by Anthony MacMahon (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)
Sucker by Kat Sandler (Theatre Brouhaha)

Best Ballet Performance
Guillaume Cote in Nijinsky (National Ballet of Canada)
Greta Hodgkinson in “Summer”, Four Seasons (National Ballet of Canada)
McGee Maddox in The Man in Black (National Ballet of Canada)
Brendan Saye in No. 24 (National Ballet of Canada)
Elena Lobsanova in Theme and Variations (National Ballet of Canada)
Skylar Campbell in Unearth (National Ballet of Canada)

Best Opera Performance
Taylor Strande in A Hand of Bridge (Soup Can Theatre)
Anna Christy in Lucia di Lammermoor (Canadian Opera Company)
Adrianne Pieczonka in Dialogues des Carmelites (Canadian Opera Company)
Ben Heppner in Peter Grimes (Canadian Opera Company)
Ileana Montalbetti in Peter Grimes (Canadian Opera Company)
Dimitri Pittas in La Boheme (Canadian Opera Company)

Best Ballet or Opera
Emergence (National Ballet of Canada)
Watershed (National Ballet of Canada)
Unearth (National Ballet of Canada)
Lucia di Lammermoor (Canadian Opera Company)
Dialogues des Carmelites (Canadian Opera Company)
Peter Grimes (Canadian Opera Company)

Best Cabaret Performance
*all nominees are from the Global Cabaret Festival; Toronto needs more independent cabaret.
Miranda Mulholland in O Canada Songbook/Bob Dylan Songbook
Ins Choi in Subway Stations of the Cross
Mike Ross in Bob Dylan Songbook/Spoon River Cabaret
Colleen Allen in “Rebel Rebel” The Music of David Bowie/Molly Johnson & Friends
Molly Johnson in Molly Johnson & Friends
The Soulpepper Academy in Spoon River Cabaret

NATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL

Best Ensemble
Rock of Ages (The Sony Centre)
La Ronde (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Tommy (The Stratford Festival)
The Wizard of Oz (Mirvish Productions)
Clybourne Park (Studio 180/Off-Mirvish)

Best Supporting Actor
Bruce Godfree in 4.48 Psychosis (Necessary Angel Theatre Company)
Randy Hughson in Waiting for Godot (The Stratford Festival)
Brad Hodder in Othello (The Stratford Festival)
Derek Boyes in The Norman Conquests (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Troy Adams in Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Michael Healey in Clybourne Park (Studio 180/Off-Mirvish)

Best Supporting Actress
Elisa Moolecherry in Other People’s Children (Tarragon Theatre)
Julia Course in Our Betters (The Shaw Festival)
Tara Rosling in Enchanted April (The Shaw Festival)
Seana McKenna in Blithe Spirit (The Stratford Festival)
Nancy Palk in Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Leah Doz in Great Expectations (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

Best Actor in a Musical
Dan Chameroy in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Kyle Blair in Guys & Dolls (The Shaw Festival)
Jeff Irving in The Light in the Piazza (The Shaw Festival)
Stephen Patterson in Falsettos (Acting Up Stage Company)
Scott Wentworth in Fiddler on the Roof (The Stratford Festival)
Stephen Michael Kane in Rock of Ages (The Sony Centre)

Best Actress in a Musical
Jenny L Wright in Guys & Dolls (The Shaw Festival)
Patty Jamieson in The Light in the Piazza (The Shaw Festival)
Kira Guloien in Tommy (The Stratford Festival)
Keely Hutton in Fiddler on the Roof (The Stratford Festival)
Danielle Wade in The Wizard of Oz (Mirvish Productions)
Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

Best Actor in a Play
Gray Powell in Arcadia (The Shaw Festival)
Damien Atkins in Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Jeff Lillico in Great Expectations (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Jordan Pettle in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Nigel Shawn Williams in Race (Canadian Stage)
Graham Abbey in Othello (The Stratford Festival)

Best Actress in a Play
Laura Condlln in 4.48 Psychosis (Necessary Angel Theatre Company)
Tara Nicodemo in Farther West (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Carmen Grant in Measure for Measure (The Stratford Festival)
Lucy Peacock in Mary Stuart (The Stratford Festival)
Nicole Underhay in Major Barbara (The Shaw Festival)
Lisa Berry in This is War (Tarragon Theatre)

Best Director
Joseph Ziegler for Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Albert Schultz for Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Donna Feore for Fiddler on the Roof (The Stratford Festival)
Des McAnuff for Tommy (The Stratford Festival)
Peter Hinton for Lady Windermere’s Fan (The Shaw Festival)
Robert Wilson for The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic (The Luminato Festival)

Best Production
Arcadia (The Shaw Festival)
Lady Windermere’s Fan (The Shaw Festival)
Great Expectations (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
Race (Canadian Stage)
Fiddler on the Roof (The Stratford Festival)

REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT

Best Ensemble
Hair (First Act Productions)
Parade (StageWorks Toronto)
As You Like It (Humber River Shakespeare)
The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw (Black Hammer Group/SummerWorks)
the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District)
The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

Best Supporting Actor
Scott Farley in Twelfth Night (Hart House Theatre)
Jordan Gray in Bent (Hart House Theatre)
Jesse Nerenberg in Journey’s End (The Empty Room)
John Fray in Turtleneck (Safeword)
Mateo McKay in Hair (Wavestage Theatre Company)
Christopher Fowler in As You Like It (Humber River Shakespeare)

Best Supporting Actress
Lauren Toffan in As You Like It (Humber River Shakespeare)
Astrid van Wieren in Sucker (Theatre Brouhaha)
Alison Blair in Twelfth Night (Hart House Theatre)
Sheri Godda in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District)
Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw (Black Hammer Group/SummerWorks)
Brittany Scott in Rent (Lower Ossington Theatre)

Best Actor
James Wallis in Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Bash’d)
Eric Bleyendaal in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Lower Ossington Theatre)
Victor Dolhai in Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)
Alex McCooeye in Richard III (Shakespeare in the Ruff)
Eli Ham in Look Back in Anger (FeverGraph)
Liam Volke in Bent (Hart House Theatre)

Best Actress
Amelia Sargisson in Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Bash’d)
Sook-Yin Lee in How Can I Forget? (SummerWorks Festival)
Tosha Doiron in Look Back in Anger (FeverGraph)
Daniela Pagliarello in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District)
Candace Berlinguette in Murderers Confess at Christmastime (Outside the March)
Jessica Moss in Sucker (Theatre Brouhaha)

Best Director
Sarah Thorpe for No Exit (Soup Can Theatre)
Eric Double for Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Bash’d)
Anita La Selva for Look Back in Anger (FeverGraph)
Matthew Gorman for Twelfth Night (Hart House Theatre)
Ted Witzel for the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District)
Chris Hanratty for The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

Best Production
tick…tick…BOOM! (Angelwalk Theatre)
iShow (Les Petites Cellules Chaudes/SummerWorks)
Look Back in Anger (FeverGraph)
The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)
Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)
Twelfth Night (Hart House Theatre)

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236 Responses to The 2013 My Theatre Award Nominees: Toronto

  1. Suzanne Thorpe says:

    OK, I know I’m partial, but as a former theatre practitioner and one who sees a lot of theatre, Soup Can Theatre gets my vote for ‘No Exit’. Seriously, this is not an easy play to pull off, and Sarah Thorpe did a tremendous job of keeping the action moving well and left us wanting more at the end. She gets top marks for best director in the ‘regional/independent theatre’ category.

  2. Gabrielle McIntyre says:

    I saw Buddy Holly 3 times, first time was with my boyfriend – and I continued going back bringing family and friends on each returning trip. Eric Bleyendaal was the show, absolutely outstanding – pure, undeniable energy that filled the theater and brought Buddy Holly back to life for those 2 magical hours on that stage. Read those reviews for him online.

  3. I have to place my vote for Kyle Blair whose voice is simply wonderful and Danielle Wade who, in my opinion, saved the wizard.

  4. Lauren Lazar says:

    Congrats to all of the nominees! I am definitely biased, but I wholeheartedly cast my vote for the ensemble of StageWorks Toronto’s Parade for best regional/independent ensemble. They were one of the most talented and passionate groups of actors I have had the pleasure to work with, and worked together as an amazing collective to tell the story of Parade. That being said, I also would like to cast a second (and less biased) vote for the ensemble of First Act Productions’ Hair in the same category! Wonderful work all around!

  5. Mariana Huesca says:

    I vote Stageworks Toronto’s production of Parade for best ensemble

  6. Pauline Kelly says:

    Stageworks Toronto’s production of “PARADE” definitely gets my vote in the Regional/Independent ‘Best Ensemble’ category

  7. Travis Pender says:

    I vote StageWorks production “PARADE” for Best Ensemble. Great job everybody!!!

  8. Laura says:

    My vote for Best Actor goes to Eric Bleyendaal in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story! He was absolutely amazing!
    Can’t wait to see where his career takes him! Stunning performance!

  9. Megan says:

    I’d like to vote for Stageworks’ “Parade” for Best Ensemble.

  10. Jenny P says:

    First Act Productions – HAIR. All the way! Great cast who threw everything they had into the show!

  11. I think Hair (First Act Productions) should be first in the REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT–Best Ensemble category.

  12. Emma says:

    Voting for Hair best ensemble!

    They did such a great job.

  13. Lindsay johnstone says:

    I vote for First Act Productions, HAIR! They were amazing.

  14. steven harrison says:

    I vote for “Hair” in best indi ensemble!

  15. Sam Moffatt says:

    My vote goes to Hair. Being a part of that was one of the greatest experiences I have ever had in my life. The energy that the ensemble gave off felt amazing. Also the cast of Parade did an amazing job. What a moving production : )

  16. Julia Thayer says:

    I vote for First Act Productions ‘Hair’ for best ensemble and Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster for best supporting actress. Toronto’s theatre scene sure had some great things going on last year! Can’t wait to see what this year brings!

  17. Bruce Scavuzzo says:

    My vote goes to First Act Productions for HAIR as Independent Best Ensemble.

  18. I vote for First Act Productions “Hair” they
    were so talented and the show was so good.

  19. Voting for First Act Productions, HAIR! They are incredible!

  20. Carly Hall says:

    I vote First Act Productions HAIR! For best ensemble!!

  21. Paula Hamilton says:

    I vote for Hair for best ensemble! * First Act Productions

  22. Nicole says:

    HAIR – First Act Productions for Best Ensemble

  23. Michelle says:

    I vote best ensemble to First Act productions for Hair

  24. ryan says:

    First acts HAIR. Watched it twice and loved it both times.

  25. Anesti says:

    I vote HAIR! A very well put together, and riveting show from start to finish.

  26. Sabrina says:

    Voting for HAIR for Best Ensemble!

  27. Catherine says:

    Very disappointing that once again, Theatre for Young Audiences is completely overlooked.

    • Kelly Bedard says:

      Hi Catherine,
      Thanks for your comment. We don’t do awards for Theatre for Young Audiences because we simply don’t cover enough of it to include more than one or two productions. We would very much like to branch out into covering more Theatre for Young Audiences in the future but at the moment we have a full plate just trying to keep up with the ever-growing adult theatrical market. Hopefully next year’s awards will reflect that genre as well.

  28. Martin Kelly says:

    StageWorks Toronto’s production of Parade has my vote for Best Ensemble (Regional/Independent)

  29. Emily says:

    Absolutely loved Stageworks’ Parade!!!! Have me shivers and moved me to tears more than once!

  30. Pat says:

    HAIR – First Act Productions all the way!
    Outstanding performance

  31. Jean says:

    When does the voting finish? When are the awards announced?

    • Kelly Bedard says:

      The winners will be announced live at our Awards Ceremony on April 7th. Voting will close one day earlier.

  32. Sara says:

    I vote for HAIR – First Act Productions for Best Ensemble!

  33. Lisa Nash says:

    I vote for HAIR – First Act Productions. It was fantastic!!!

  34. Stacy says:

    HAIR!!!!!!

  35. Jake says:

    Hair by First Act Productions for the win!

  36. Sandra Graham says:

    I vote for HAIR – First Act Productions for Best Ensemble

  37. Marie Asuncion says:

    HAIR!!! i vote hair!

  38. Trude Hansen says:

    HAIR – by First Act Productions. The best!!

  39. Ian R. A. Macmillan says:

    This was a virtuoso performance – great cast, great music, great sets, great direction, all in all a great production (if I’ve left anything out, that was great too!)

  40. Al says:

    First Act’s HAIR for Best Ensemble – That cast has incredible talent!

  41. Mayla says:

    I vote for “First Acts” production of HAIR for Best Ensemble!!
    Yay!

  42. Mayla says:

    I vote for “First Acts” production of HAIR for Best Ensemble!!
    Yay!

  43. Stephen Flett says:

    I’d like to cast my vote for Regional/Independent Best Ensemble for StageWorks Toronto production of Parade.

  44. Siya says:

    HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR! I believe those are lyrics to a song they sang.

  45. Kari says:

    HAIR – First Act Productions for Best Ensemble!

  46. Stein Hansen says:

    Loved “First Act Productions” Hair. Growing up in that Era seeing Hair a number of times I can honestly say First Act Nailed it in every aspect: set design , costumes, music, acting . . . . . . . . . .

  47. Stephen says:

    I’d like to vote for StageWorks Toronto’s Parade for Best Ensemble in the Regional/Independent area

  48. Justin says:

    Hair (First Act Productions) for best ensemble, please and thank you!

  49. Feurd says:

    I vote Hair (First Act Productions) for best Regional/Independent ensemble!

  50. A & J says:

    We vote for Hair in the Best Ensemble category.

    It was very well sung and acted, lots of fun!

  51. Sam says:

    HAIR – First Act Productions

  52. Tristan says:

    First Act Productions- HAIR for best ensemble!!

  53. Kirsten says:

    First Act Productions- Hair – best production I have seen of this musical ever!

  54. Mike Moses says:

    Hair for best ensemble!

  55. First Act Productions- HAIR! for the best ensemble!

  56. Abigail Freeman says:

    First Act Productions

  57. Tara Rosen says:

    I am voting for HAIR – First Act Productions for Best Ensemble. What an incredible show. Amazingly done and many laughs. My favourite one yet!

  58. Matt says:

    I vote for HAIR- first act productions
    great music
    great acting
    great singing

  59. Hilary says:

    HAIR for best ensemble!

  60. Micky Myers says:

    I vote for HAIR! For best independent ensemble!

  61. Elizabeth says:

    My vote definitely goes to First Act Productions for HAIR! (Indie Best Ensemble)

  62. JayDee says:

    HAIR for best ensemble!!!

  63. Michael Y says:

    I’d like to vote for StageWorks Toronto’s Parade for best ensemble regional/independent! Thanks!

    Michael

  64. Scott says:

    I think Stageworks Toronto’s production of Parade should win!

  65. Dave Johnstone says:

    First Act Productions HAIR all the way! What an amazing show.

  66. N.L.J says:

    I would like to vote for First Act Production’s “Hair”, for Best Ensemble, for the Regional/Independent category.

  67. Stephen says:

    Hair for Best Ensemble!

  68. Andrew Mitchell says:

    Stageworks Parade – best ensemble.

  69. Renee says:

    Hair- by First Act Productions. Was an awesome performance.

  70. Holly Rutherford says:

    Hair for Best Ensemble!

  71. Karen Brown says:

    My vote goes to Stageworks’ production of Parade for Best Ensemble. They were terrific!

  72. KHawkins says:

    Best Ensemble – Stageworks Parade

  73. Terry Coldicott says:

    My votes go to The Tin Drum: BEST DIRECTOR, BEST PRODUCTION and BEST ENSEMBLE!!!!!

  74. Angie Al says:

    Hair, First Act Products, Absolutely ! For best Ensemble.

  75. Dawn says:

    HAIR!!! The best musical I’ve seen in a long time!

  76. Maria Rozynska says:

    My vote goes to “First Acts” production of HAIR for Best Ensemble!!

  77. W. Davis says:

    I’m voting for First Act Productions’ “HAIR” – Best Ensemble

  78. Mary says:

    Regional/independent: best ensemble: HAIR! (First act productions)

  79. Cindy Charles says:

    ‘Hair’ for Best Ensemble!

  80. Kelsea says:

    I vote for “First Acts” production of HAIR for Best Ensemble!!
    My girl has always worked hard with every show she has been in as well as the ones she has now been performing with her own business. She has taken all her experience and teachings and has educated others, while learning from them as well, so they can put forth the best quality production of popular musicals. No one deserves this more then her production of HAIR’s ensemble they were amazing and very committed to the show and all it entailed( like the night the lights didn’t work) and it just flowed naturally. At some points it made me feel as if I were there in that moment at that time….and not just an audience member watching. so again my vote is for “First Acts” production of HAIR for best Ensemble.

  81. Ali says:

    I vote Hair for BEST ENSEMBLE!!!!

  82. Scott Mair says:

    First Act Productions- HAIR for best ensemble

  83. Mark & Leah Hill says:

    Hair what a amazing show.

  84. Harold Nash says:

    Hair was amazing – the cast did a bang up job. They deserve to be nominated

  85. Amina says:

    I vote for StageWorks Toronto for Best Ensemble

  86. Rachel Schuett says:

    I vote HAIR for Best Ensemble!

  87. Trish says:

    Hair by First Act Productions for best ensemble.

  88. Ornella says:

    My vote goes to Stageworks’ production of Parade for Best Ensemble. They were amazing!

  89. Shannon says:

    I would like to vote for HAIR for Best Ensemble. It was a fantastic production!

  90. Bridget says:

    Hair for best ensemble definitely!!!

  91. David Hodgkinson says:

    I would like to vote for Greta Hodgkinson for Best Ballet Performance by a female for “Summer” Four Seasons by The National Ballet of Canada

  92. Best Ballet Performance by a female for Summer Four Season
    for Greta Hodgkinson ( national Ballet Of Toronto )

  93. Amanda Guertin says:

    I vote for Greta Hodgkinson.

  94. Lana paquin says:

    I vote for Greta hodgkinson for best ballet performance, in summer @ national ballet of canada

  95. Janice says:

    I cast my vote for Greta Hodgkinson for best performance in Summer/Four Seasons at National Ballet of Canada.

  96. Steven Renzi says:

    Steven Renzi votes for Greta hodgkinson for best ballet performance for summer

  97. David Hodgkinson says:

    I vote for Greta Hodgkinson for best female dancer for Summer for The Four Seasons.

  98. Marcia Hodgkinson says:

    I vote for Greta Hodgkinson for best female dancer for Summer from The Four Seasons.

  99. Alexandra W says:

    My vote for Best Ensemble in a Regional/Independant production is HAIR – First Act Productions. The show was literally out of this world and anyone who missed it should be very upset. The energy and quality of this production was astonishing.

  100. Allie W says:

    HAIR – First Act Productions for BEST ENSEMBLE!!!! PURE AMAZEMENT.

  101. Kelly Prudent says:

    I want to vote for Greta Hodgkinson.

  102. D says:

    I vote for Greta Hodgkinson

  103. Isabel says:

    Vote for:
    Victor Dolhai for best actor,
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains by Anthony MacMahon (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)for Best New Works, and
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)for best production.

  104. Brian Fray says:

    John Fray, all the way!!! Best supporting actor!

  105. Heather W says:

    I vote John Fray in Turtleneck

  106. Jordan says:

    I would very happily like to support the nomination for JOHN FRAY as best supporting actor for his role in Turtleneck. What a phenomenal talent and and incredible artist; truly one of Toronto’s brightest young actors.

  107. Darryl Cremasco says:

    I vote for John Fray as best supporting actor in Turtleneck!!!

  108. Julia says:

    John Fray = awesomeness!!! He has my vote for best supporting actor for sure!

  109. Vi Vuong says:

    I vote John Fray – ALL THE WAY, ALL DAY!!!
    The Best supporting actor for Turtleneck (safeword.theatre)!

  110. Lucas says:

    John Fray is fantastic.

  111. Sean says:

    John Fray in “Turtleneck” gets my vote.

  112. Claire Hill says:

    John Fray for best supporting actor for “Turtleneck”
    Brandon Crone for best new work for “Donors”
    Nigel Shawn Williams for best actor in a play for “Race”
    Nicole Underhay for best actress in a play for “Major Barbara”
    Liam Volke for best actor independent “Bent”
    Sarah Thorpe for best director for “No Exit”

  113. I can tell you first hand the work John Fray did in Turtleneck was amazing. I had the best seat.

    And Brandon Crone boldly going into the dark realms of courage and craziness deserves a full nod for Donors.

  114. Lisa Donabedian says:

    Greta Hodgkinson in “Summer”, Four Seasons (National Ballet of Canada)

  115. Pauline Kelly says:

    Stageworks production of “Parade” for Best Ensemble

  116. Joshua Browne says:

    John Fray – turtleneck
    Jessica Moss – Sucker
    James Wallis, Amelia Sargisson, and Eric Double – Much Ado.

  117. Mike says:

    HAIR! First Act Productions. For a small company this was an outstanding effort by cast and crew! Bravo!

  118. rose says:

    MY VOTES!

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  119. Tyler Graham says:

    Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui for Best Ensemble!

  120. James says:

    I vote for the ensemble of the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI. Tremendous work from every performer. A true ensemble!

  121. Kristin B says:

    I am voting for
    Best Ensemble – the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Supporting Actress – Sheri Godda in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Actress – Daniela Pagliarello in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Director – Ted Witzel the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI

    This production was perfectly fitting for our current political state and the cast was phenomenal. Daniela Pagliarello not only played a man but pulled it off so believably adding vulnerability to the man we should all hate. And Sheri Godda’s characters were all so different but provided the show with perfectly timed comedic relief.

    I’d also like to place votes for
    Best Actor in a Musical – Jeff Irving in The Light in the Piazza
    Best Actress in a Musical – Patty Jamieson in The Light in the Piazza

    This production was so touching. Irving was successfully communicated his love to the audience even when he wasn’t singing in English. And Patty Jamieson was so moving as the mother who learns through her daughter.

    Good luck to all the nominees!

  122. Joanne Aswani says:

    I’d like to cast my votes for…

    Best Ensemble- The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Actor- Daniela Pagliarello
    Best Supporting Actress- Sheri Godda
    Best Directing- Ted Witzel
    Best Production – Race

  123. Andy says:

    My votes….

    Ted Witzel for Best Director
    Daniela Pagliarello for Best Actress
    Sheri Godda for Best Supporting Actress
    and
    the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District) for Best Ensemble!

  124. Hayley Pace says:

    I vote Daniela Pagliarello in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI!

  125. Mike says:

    The Resistable Rise of Arturo UI (The Red Light District) for Best Ensemble

  126. Mishka Thébaud says:

    I vote:

    Best Ensemble- The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Actor- Daniela Pagliarello
    Best Supporting Actress- Sheri Godda
    Best Directing- Ted Witzel

  127. James P.W.K says:

    I’m gonna have to say ARTURO UI across the board! An amazing play that deserves the recognition.

    Best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best actress: Daniela Pagliarello, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  128. Denise says:

    Congrats to the cast of Ui! Well deserved!

  129. Paula Guloien says:

    I vote Kira Guloien for Best Actress in a Musical.

  130. Tanis Pearson says:

    “I vote for Kira Guloien as Best Actress in a Musical”

  131. Tonya says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best actress in a musical.

  132. Sara says:

    Kira Guloien for best actress :)

  133. Tegan Carmichael says:

    I vote Kira Guloien for Best Actress in a Musical.

  134. rhonda Taft says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best Actress in a Musical(TOMMY). Beautiful voice and convincing portrayal as a loving, emotioanlly distraught wife and mother.

  135. PJ Perry says:

    Kira Guloien killed in her role of Mrs. Walker in Tommy.

  136. Destiny Dykstra says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best actress in a musical

  137. Dorie Miller says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best actress in a musical.

  138. Sarah Ramsey says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien as Best Actress in a Musical

  139. Rebecca says:

    Best director: Ted Witzel
    Best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best actor: Eli Ham
    Best supporting actor: John Fray
    Best actress: Daniela Pagliarello
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda
    Best production: The Tin Drum

  140. Hazelanne Sowa says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best actress in a musical.

  141. Arlaena Parente says:

    I Vote for KIRA GUILAEN as best actress in a musical.

  142. Wendy Adler-Goodman says:

    I vote Kira Guloien as best actress in a musical. She was phenomenal in Tommy and deserves to win for her outstanding performance!

  143. Brenda Bauder says:

    Best actress goes to Kira Guloien.

  144. Laura Hamacher says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien as Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in Tommy

  145. Cathryn Heslep says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien as best actress in the musical, Tommy.

  146. Shaheen Hasham says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien for best actress in a musical.

  147. Madeleine says:

    I vote for Kira Guloien as best actress in a musical.

  148. bex says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  149. Rebecca dePencier says:

    I really enjoyed the Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui and would vote for it in any of the categories in which it is nominated.

  150. Dana Westerberg says:

    I vote forthe RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI for Best Emsemble

  151. Dana Westerberg says:

    I vote forthe RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI for Best Ensemble.

  152. Amrit Kaur says:

    My vote goes to Ui for best ensemble!Sheri for best supporting actress, Daniela for best actress, and Ted for best director

  153. tiana says:

    Resistive rise of Arturo up for best ensemble. Sheri Godda best supporting. To share Doiron best actress. Eli Ham best actor. Anita La Selva best director.

  154. Rodrigo says:

    I say:
    Best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  155. Diego says:

    I vote The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui for the categories of Best Ensemble, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actress. Probably was the best show of 2013,
    Cheers

  156. Bianca says:

    The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui for Best Supporting Actress, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Ensemble(definitely best ensemble). Great work guys! xxx

  157. Thomas McKechnie says:

    My votes are as follows

    Best New Work
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains by Anthony MacMahon (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

    Best Cabaret Performance
    Colleen Allen in “Rebel Rebel” The Music of David Bowie/Molly Johnson & Friends

    NATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL
    Clybourne Park (Studio 180/Off-Mirvish)

    Best Supporting Actor
    Bruce Godfree in 4.48 Psychosis (Necessary Angel Theatre Company)

    Best Actress in a Play
    Laura Condlln in 4.48 Psychosis (Necessary Angel Theatre Company)

    Best Actor
    Victor Dolhai in Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

    Best Production
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

  158. Sandi Robertson says:

    I vote for the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI for ensemble!!!

  159. Mike T says:

    The acting in “the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI” was outstanding. my vote for the actresses and ensemble.

  160. Ronnie says:

    I vote for The Tin Drum as follows:
    Best Director (Chris Hanratty),
    Best Ensemble
    Best Production.
    This was an awesome production.

  161. Chi-Chi says:

    My votes:
    Best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    Best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  162. Debbie Anderson says:

    HAIR – by First Act Productions.

  163. Tiana Asperjan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  164. Josh says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  165. Marissa says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

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  167. Jonathon says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  168. Debbie Asperjan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  169. John Asperjan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  170. Elisabeth Asperjan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  171. Larissa Currie says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  172. Nathan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  173. Sarah says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  174. Kelleyanne says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  175. Krich says:

    supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  176. Alex Allan says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO U

  177. Allison says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  178. Allison says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

    Overall a wonderful show!

  179. AWebb says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  180. Lyss says:

    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI !

  181. cate d'angelo says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  182. cate d'angelo says:

    I vote Sheri Godda for best supporting actress in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    and for best actress I vote: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    for best ensemble I vote: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    and last but not least for best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  183. Cameron says:

    I’d like to vote for, the RESISTIBLE rise of Arturo UI (The Red Light District) for Best Ensemble

  184. Murray says:

    I vote for:
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  185. Tyler Graham says:

    Best Ensemble- The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Actor- Daniela Pagliarello
    Best Supporting Actress- Sheri Godda
    Best Directing- Ted Witzel

  186. Crystal Soares says:

    best ensemble – The Resistible Rise of Arturo UI
    best actress -Daniela Pagliarello
    best supporting actress – Sheri Godda
    best director – Ted Witzel

  187. Congratulations to all the nominees!

    I’d like to cast my vote for the following under REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT:
    Best Ensemble- The Resistible Rise of Arturo
    Best Director- Ted Witzel for The Resistible Rise of Arturo

  188. Javier Pocasangre says:

    I’d like to vote for the following categories under REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT:
    Best Ensemble- The Resistible Rise of Arturo
    Best Director- Ted Witzel for The Resistible Rise of Arturo

  189. Benjamin Pineda says:

    i want to vote for
    REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT:
    Best Ensemble- The Resistible Rise of Arturo
    Best Director- Ted Witzel for The Resistible Rise of Arturo

  190. Carmen Canas says:

    Under Regional/Independent
    Best Ensemble- The Resistible Rise of Arturo
    Best Director- Ted Walitz for The Resistible Rise of Arturo

  191. Wayne says:

    I vote for:
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  192. Torrin Batchelor says:

    I vote for:
    Sheri Godda – Best Supporting Actress – The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui

  193. Veronika Brylinska says:

    I vote for:

    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

    best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO U

  194. Jason says:

    My vote is for Stephen Patterson for FALSETTOS. Amazing voice and an amazing actor to pull off this role.

  195. carolina avalos says:

    My votes:
    Best ensemble: the Resistible Rise of Arturo UI
    Best Director: Ted Wetzel in The Resistible Rise of Arturo UI
    Best Actress: Daniela Pagliarello in The Resistible Rise of Arturo UI
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in the Resistible Rise of Arturo UI

  196. carolina avalos says:

    My votes goes to The Resistible Rise of Arturo UI for Best Director, Best ensemble and best actress.

  197. Johanne says:

    The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui was an excellent production in all respects. The ensemble cast was superb, truly a group of extremely talented young actors. The direction of Ted Witzel was brilliant and creative. The lead actress was fabulous, able to create a terrifying character while injecting humour and demonstrating her considerable dancing ability. Supporting actress Sheri Godda was wonderful, demonstrating the actor’s actor talent of a Geraldine Page, moving flawlessly among nine characters diverse in gender, personality and circumstances. An outstanding production that was a joy to experience.
    My votes:
    Best Ensemble: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Director: Ted Witzel for the Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Actress: Daniela Pagliarello- the Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Supporting Actress: Sheri Godda- The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

  198. Pat Rousselle says:

    I would like to vote for

    Sheri Godda in the Resistible Rise of Arturo UI

  199. tom rousselle says:

    I vote for the very talented sheri Godda for best supporting actress in
    The Resistible rise of Arturo UI.

  200. Hilary says:

    I’d like to vote for
    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

    The whole cast of Arturo UI kept me excited and supremely uncomfortable through the whole production… it’s a good thing. The way Daniela entrenched herself into the mind of a maniacal gangster so seamlessly and brought in her tap dance talent was BADASS!

  201. N.P. says:

    My vote for best actress goes to the very talented and beautiful Daniela Pagliarello for her role in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui!

    I would also like to cast my votes for the rest of the cast. My votes:

    Best Ensemble: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Director: Ted Witzel for The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Actress: Daniela Pagliarello in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
    Best Supporting Actress: Sheri Godda in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

    Congratulations!

  202. Tiresa Delaney says:

    I’d like to cast votes for the below items:

    NATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL
    Best Actress in a Musical
    Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT
    Best Supporting Actress
    Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw (Black Hammer Group/SummerWorks)

    Best Ensemble
    The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

    Best Production
    The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

    Thank you and congratulations to all nominees :)

  203. Bernadette Lancaster says:

    Best Actress in a Musical: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
    Best Supporting Actress: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw (Black Hammer Group/SummerWorks)
    Best Ensemble: The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)
    Best Production: The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

  204. Andrea Walker says:

    My vote is for Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI for best actress in the independent category. Best tap dance ever…..tippidy tap!!!!!

  205. Cori Keating says:

    Best actor in my opinion but also as in…

    Best Actress in a Musical: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)
    Best Supporting Actress: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw (Black Hammer Group/SummerWorks)
    Best Ensemble: The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)
    Best Production: The Tin Drum (UnSpun Theatre)

  206. Michela Pagliarello says:

    Gotta give it to my sis, Daniela Pagliarello for Best Actress in the Independent Category for her portrayal of Arturo UI!

  207. Victoria Kaffragne says:

    So glad I happened to pass by the black box theatre and catch an ad for theincreible show THE RESISTIBLE RISE of ARTURO UI. My votes go to:

    Daniela Pagliarello – Best Actress in the Independent Category
    Ted Witzel – Best Director
    Arturo Ui – Best Ensemble
    Sheri Godda – Best Supporting Actress

    Amazing show. Cannot believe how many actors/characters I saw on the stage. Nothing like that in independent theatre these days.

  208. Lai Aim Choong says:

    Best actress in a Musical: Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville.And best supporting actress in The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw. My vote for best production goes to The Tin Drum.

  209. Adele Rylands says:

    Best New Work
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains by Anthony MacMahon (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

    Best Ballet or Opera
    Lucia di Lammermoor (Canadian Opera Company)

    Best Cabaret Performance
    *all nominees are from the Global Cabaret Festival; Toronto needs more independent cabaret.
    The Soulpepper Academy in Spoon River Cabaret

    NATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL
    Best Supporting Actor
    Troy Adams in Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    Best Supporting Actress
    Nancy Palk in Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    Best Actor in a Musical
    Dan Chameroy in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    Best Actress in a Musical
    Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster in The Barber of Seville (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    Best Director
    Albert Schultz for Angels in America (Soulpepper Theatre Company)

    REGIONAL/INDEPENDENT
    Best Ensemble
    the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI (The Red Light District)

    Best Actor
    Victor Dolhai in Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

    Best Production
    Wild Dogs on the Moscow Trains (Live Lobster Theatre/SummerWorks)

  210. maite says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  211. laura says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  212. rick says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  213. anthony says:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  214. Mladen Obradovic says:

    I vote for Sheri Gooda and Stageworks!

  215. Natalia Rohatyn says:

    Best Ensemble – Parade (StageWorks Toronto)

  216. Anthony says:

    For the regional level, I’d like to vote for Matthew Gorman for Twelfth Night and StageWorks for Parade!

  217. Mike says:

    I saw both Hair and Parade last year and I enjoyed both shows, but for my vote for best ensemble for a Regional/Independant will go to StageWorks production of Parade. As talented as the cast of Hair was, Parade was more tighter as a group.
    And also I would also like to place my vote for best actor to Eric for his performance in The Buddy Holly Story.
    I’ve audition with him a couple of times and he’s a brilliant performer. When I saw his interpretation of Buddy he was absolutely fantastic! I hope he wins!

  218. Kyra says:

    I vote PARADE for best ensemble !!!

  219. Jack says:

    My vote:

    Best supporting actress: Sheri Godda in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best actress: Daniela Pagliarello in THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best ensemble: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI
    best director: Ted Witzel, THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI

  220. Pauline Kelly says:

    Stageworks Toronto production of PARADE Best Ensemble National/Regional

  221. Pauline Kelly says:

    Stageworks Toronto’s production of PARADE Best Ensemble National/Regional

  222. Paolo Mendoza says:

    Sheri Godda for Best Supporting Actress

    Ted Witzel for Best Director

    And the cast of the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI for Best Ensemble

  223. Rong says:

    My votes:

    Daniela Pagliarello for Best Actress
    Sheri Godda for Best Supporting Actress
    Ted Witzel for Best Director
    And the cast of the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI for Best Ensemble!

  224. Tyler says:

    My votes are as follows:

    Best Ensemble – the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Supporting Actress – Sheri Godda in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Actress – Daniela Pagliarello in the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI
    Best Director – Ted Witzel for the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI

  225. Tay says:

    There’s no question in my mind. The RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI deserves immense recognition in all the categories for which it was nominated. Daniela Pagliarello for Best Actress, Sheri Godda for Best Supporting Actress, Ted Witzel for Best Director, and the immensely dedicated cast for Best Ensemble

  226. Jackie Oakley says:

    I would like to vote for Skylar Campbell in Best Ballet Performance. :)

  227. Kelly Uygan says:

    voting for: Skylar Campbell, in ballet performance, & Unearth for best ballet.

  228. Queese Ling says:

    Voting for Skylar Campbell in best ballet performance.

  229. Will says:

    Parade for Best Ensemble Regional/Independent.

  230. DW says:

    I vote Best Ensemble; Parade (StageWorks Toronto)

  231. Andrea says:

    HAIR for best ensemble!!!

  232. Rhonda says:

    HAIR for best ensemble!!!

  233. Allen says:

    All the way Hair for best ensemble!!!

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